The Gielissen Shipyard is located in Helmond. The floating homes are built by dedicated craftsmen and women. The yard was founded twenty years ago and has developed over the years from building yachts to building ‘houseboats’. The yard has every modern facility you can think of. There is a crane to lift the houseboat in and out of the water and a basin in which the MarinHome is tested and stabilised. The company's products reflect the founders' expertise, namely interior design and yacht building. The boats exude the craftsmanship of those two expertises. It is the basis of the perfectly finished and tasteful interiors of the various houseboats. Given that the yard keeps a close eye on any developments, the houseboats will always feature the latest innovations. The yard has opted to use only sustainable materials. This not only means low maintenance costs but also a remarkably high value in the event of a sale.
The yard is owned entirely by Gielissen Interiors | Exhibitions | Events. That not only guarantees outstanding high quality, but continuity as well. After all, Gielissen Interiors & Exhibitions has grown, over a period of more than 75 years, to become a market leader in the Netherlands and one of the top five market players in Europe. With an annual turnover of approximately 70 million euros and around 1,525 projects per year, you can rest assured that Gielissen Interiors | Exhibitions | Events is a partner that can more than hold its own today and in the future. Gielissen's expertise is clear to see in a floating home like the MarinHome.

You are, of course, more than welcome to visit the yard where the MarinHome is built. You will then see for yourself the dedication and the craftsmanship of the builders and realise that this is an immediate guarantee for years of uninterrupted, problem-free enjoyment of the MarinHome.